Maserati Quattroporte III

With only 73,000 kilometers on the odometer, this Maserati represents a rare gem in classic cars. The mileage is testament to the car’s preservation and care from its previous owners. It’s not just a vehicle; it’s a time capsule that takes us back to an era of luxury and craftsmanship. It was designed by the legendary Giugiaro who has also designed cars for Ferrari, Lamborghini, BMW, Maserati and others.

Getting behind the wheel of a 1981 Maserati Quattroporte III is like stepping into a time warp. The well-maintained interior combines comfort with refined style. Every detail, from the dashboard to the seats, exudes a timeless elegance that stands as a symbol of the car’s craftsmanship. And this is truly a case of well-maintained and well-executed craftsmanship, the many wood details are in great condition, as are the matching leather seats and cabin in the same color. Also mechanically, the car is nice and original, right down to the exhaust system, which is the original. And rust, no, there’s none of that, and it’s a one-day first coat. The car is in great condition.

The car has a 5-speed manual gearbox with dog leg.

This Maserati Quattroporte III represents not just a car, but a historical jewel in the automotive world. With its 4.9 liter engine, manual transmission and limited mileage of only 73,000 kilometers, it is an outstanding example of Maserati’s dedication to delivering luxury and performance in one vehicle. A driving experience in this car isn’t just a trip on the road; it’s a journey back in time when cars were more than just transportation – they were works of art created with care and passion. The car has power windows, A/C,

The seller bought the car in Sweden in 5/11 2014 from a collector who bought the car for his collection. The car is originally from Turin, Italy.


What is a Maserati Quattroporte III

In 1979, Maserati introduced their luxurious Quattroporte III, which exuded elegance and power. The model was equipped with an impressive 4.9-liter V8 engine that delivered a harmonious blend of performance and refinement. This engine, paired with a manual transmission, provided a driving experience that appealed to enthusiasts and lovers of true automotive craftsmanship.

The striking Maserati Quattroporte III wasn’t just a car; it was a work of art on wheels. The bodywork was designed with care and attention to detail, resulting in a timeless aesthetic. The clean lines and well-balanced proportions exuded class and emphasized the car’s status as a true Italian luxury car.

The Maserati Quattroporte III, produced between 1979 and 1988, represents an era of sophisticated Italian automotive art. Designed as a four-door sports saloon, this luxurious flagship was created during a period when Maserati beautifully combined performance and comfort.

In total, around 2,025 copies of the Maserati Quattroporte III were produced. The model was equipped with a 4.9 liter V8 engine that could deliver impressive performance. The engine was combined with a manual transmission, adding an extra dimension of control to the driving experience.

The Quattroporte III was recognized for its elegant design that incorporated clean lines and a well-proportioned body. This combination of aesthetics and technical precision cemented the Quattroporte III as an icon of luxury sports sedans. With its limited production and timeless design, the Maserati Quattroporte III remains a coveted collector’s item that continues to fascinate enthusiasts and collectors around the world.

The car can be seen at Sommers Museum in Nærum on Wednesday evening and Sunday afternoon, remember to say that you have seen the car at auction here on CarBeat.

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  • Auction fee : 8% on the hammer price.Auction Fee Minimum : 5.000,00 kr.Auction Fee Maximum : 55.000,00 kr.
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